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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1780-1781
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Introduction. xiii

James Alfred Pearce.

Md. Hist. Mag., 1923, XVIII, 38-52, 134-15°. 257-273 and 341-357-
Religious Freedom in Provincial Maryland.

Am. Hist. Rev., 1923, XXVIII, 258-259.
A Retrospect of Library Progress in Maryland.

Md. Library Notes, 1923, II, 1-2.
General John Spear Smith, First President of the Maryland Historical Society.

Ibid., 211-220.
James Alfred Pearce.

Md. Hist. Mag., 1924, XIX, 13-29 and 162-179.
The Place of the Public Library in'the Educational System of the City.

Baltimore Bulletin of Education, 1924, VII, 23-24 and 36-37.
Instruction and Note of Robert Smith, 1810-1811.

Am. Hist. Rev., 1925, XXX, 553-560.

Some Papers of Robert Smith, Secretary of the Navy 1801-1809 and of State

Md. Hist. Mag., 1925, XX, 139-150.
The Beginnings of Charles County.

Ibid., 270-273.
Maryland's Religious History.

Md. Hist. Mag., 1926, XXI, 1-20.

Editor of the Archives of Maryland, Vol. 18 and Vols. 36 to 45 inclusive.

In bringing to an end this brief record of the work of Dr. Steiner as his-
torian and editor, there may be addeed a few words in appreciation of a certain

personal characteristic that remains a pleasant memory with his friends and
with many others who came only into very casual relations with him. This
characteristic was his readiness to help anyone who came to him for guidance
in historical problems and for information as to sources and method. His
knowledge, his retentive memory, his experience were all at the service of the
serious student of history, and the needed assistance was imparted with a
willingness and often with a zealous interest that inspired the searcher to effort
as well as pointed the direction his investigation should take, for though Dr.
Steiner was skillful beyond the ordinary in the editing of archival material,
his enduring interest was in the living stream of historical research and inter-
pretation. It is with a desire to emphasize the loss in Bernard Christian Steiner
of an excellent servant of the State of Maryland that the present Introduction
is brought to an end.



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